1967 Ford Mustang High performance Mustang with sought after 289
HIPO engine and Edelbrock 4 barrel AVS2 Carburetor #1906 659 CFM
with electric choke. 3 speed manual transmission. Car runs, drives
& sounds amazing. - New Edelbrock valve covers. - New internally
regulated alternator with dummy light installed inside of car. -
New battery. - New Scott Drake fuel sending unit. - New dual
exhaust. - 5 leaf spring. - New radiator. - New lower control arms
& tie rods. - New headlight to firewall wiring harness. - Redline
Lumtronix headlight halogen halo LED multi color. - Sequential LED
tail lights. - New front & rear chrome bumpers. - Rear spoiler -
New rear axle bearings. - New BF Goodrich tires on chrome sport
rims. - Kenwood stereo & rear speakers upgrade - New parts included
with car passenger side fender & headlight housing and New Monroe
air shocks kit. This car is in great condition but not a perfect
show car. The paint presents well but has some wear. The interior
is solid and seats are in good shape. This is a fantastic driver
quality car now and possibly more if you want it to be. Please Note
The Following **Vehicle Location is at our clients home and Not In
Cadillac, Michigan. **We do have a showroom with about 25 cars that
is by appointment only **Please Call First and talk to one of our
reps at 231-468-2809 EXT 1 **
1967 Ford Mustang
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